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Happy World Diabetes Day! Its my favorite day of the year bc today we look at how diabetes affects our world. Its a day where I feel we are all united in the cause to help spread awareness of diabetes and understand its impact in this world. I especially love the NYC skyline tonight w all antennas lit up in blue to commemorate this day. It makes me so proud to be a diabetologist and patient advocate for people with diabetes of all kinds. Its projected that in the next 10 years, 1 in 10 people in the world will have type 2 diabetes which means every one of us will know someone with type 2 diabetes ..... it will ultimately affect all of us somehow. My advice today is simple -Get screened for diabetes if you are at risk -Take all forms of diabetes seriously and get the treatment needed -Be empathetic to everyone with diabetes - their lives are not so easy worlddiabetesday diabetes diabetesawarenessmonth advice nyc newyork world awareness lada type2diabetes type1diabetes


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[2019.11.15] An unicorn! 🦄 (An unicorn in this case means catching a perfect 100 mg/dL). t1d diabetes diabetesawarenessmonth diabetesawareness


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It’s Blue Friday and I’m getting on a plane tonight so no blue wig (I haven’t vetted wigs with my friends at TSA yet). Instead, I’ve got some blue sparkly circles in my hair, big blue hoop earrings, and a t-shirt to honor Margerie, the dog who first tested insulin, making it possible for my friends with diabetes (and me) to thrive. diabetesawarenessmonth


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Diabetes is a disease caused by excess insulin, not excess blood sugar. Both types of diabetes have some of the same telltale warning signs. Take note of these symptoms for preventive measures. Visit RubyHallClinic to get tested. ✅ To know more call +91 8459585750 or click www.rubyhall.com. WorldDiabetesDay DiabetesDay YouAreCaredFor HealthFirst LookingAfterYOU Healthcare diabetesawareness diabetesawarenessmonth Diabetes PatientCare WeCare DoctorsLife Doctors


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Thank you to my squad! You were with me then and you are with me now 💙. Thank you luckyamu for making this wearbluefordiabetes worlddiabetesday someonewelovehast1d hopeforcure diabetesawarenessmonth


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! GIVEAWAY !⠀ ⠀ We have teamed up to bring you some awesome items for a giveaway to bring awareness to Type One Diabetes during National Diabetes Awareness Month! Here's what you have a chance to win: ⠀ ⠀ 1) a brand new Genteel Lancing Device and box of Butterfly Lancets - PS DID YOU KNOW?! The Genteel Lancing Device now retails for just $49.99 - saving you over $50!! Hooray to a more affordable and wonderful product for Diabetics!!⠀ ⠀ 2) a 4-pack of Diabetes Awareness paracord keychains ⠀ ⠀ 3) a test-strip container and blotter! A blotter is an amazingly-thought out idea that allows a Diabetic to have a handy way to dab the blood off their freshly-poked finger without having to use their clothing! Simply rotate the device to a fresh blotter strip for each finger poke!⠀ ⠀ Here are the rules - all entrants MUST ⠀ 1) FOLLOW ⠀ chronicallycaffeinatedmommygenteelthisdiabetic ⠀ ⠀ 2) TAG two friends who could use these products!⠀ ⠀ BONUS entry for a share to your stories once per day - be sure to tag me so I see it and can make sure your extra entry is tallied!⠀ ⠀ USA participants only, please. Giveaway will run from Friday November 15, 2019 to Tuesday November 19, 2019 at 10pm EST. Winner will be announced on Wednesday November 20, 2019. Giveaway is not affiliated with or sponsored by Instagram.


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Diabetes. The dreaded D word after death.I have a book to fill on this subject,and probably still have pages left. Even since I was little I've struggled with my weight and since I liked sweets a little too much I worried I'd be pre-diabetic. Turns out my worries weren't unfounded. Women having truncal obesity in addition to being at risk for Diabetes are also at a risk from a plethora of other symptoms-PCOS, depression, vitamin D deficiency,insulin resistance,lack of concentration etc..all of which erode at one's confidence and self esteem in addition to one's health. Here's sending a lot of support and love to the people living with Diabetes..A few things that have helped me are- 1.A serving of a salad with protein and healthy fat. 2.Intermittent fasting. 3.Exercise. 4.Maintaining sleep hygiene. 5.Avoiding too many carbs. 6.And most importantly, having a close knit circle of friends and family you can talk and be vulnerable with. I was very happy to have celebrated World Diabetes Day in the department yesterday,to spread more awareness among students and Dentists. Happy World Diabetes Day!(Nov 14th) worlddiabetesday worlddiabetesday2019 diabetesawarenessmonth diabetesawareness pcos


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World Diabetes Day 2019 What a turnout it was at the Queen Mary University of London yesterday! It’s truly an honour to share my T1D experiences with this group of future doctors at Dr Coppack’s lecture. I was invited by Dr Coppack because he wanted his students to have a more in-depth understanding of Type 1 Diabetes by meeting and hearing from a T1D patient. We discussed about early diagnosis, the mental effect on the patient and how important it is for a patient to test blood glucose, administer insulin and do carb count in order to keep blood glucose within range. I was able to demonstrate how to check my blood glucose on a sensor with an app on my phone. The timing could not have been more perfect as it showed that my blood glucose was spiking due to stress hormones. (Diabetes management never rests 😅) Dr Coppack also touched on the subject of the psychological effect T1D has and how this health condition has both physical and mental impact on a patient. Managing T1D is more complexed than just blood tests and insulin injections. Once again, I would like to say a huge thank you to Queen Mary University of London and Dr Coppack and his wonderful students for having me. WDD diabetesawarenessmonth t1dlookslikeme futuredoctors findacurefordiabetes goodluck queenmaryuniversityoflondon


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Diabetes Awareness Month, Day 15: diabetic successes I’ve decided to start skipping some of the diabetes awareness month’s daily posts as it has reached a point where I’m repeating myself and that’s not fun for anyone. I don’t mean to complain about being T1d because I do realize there are much worse diseases to be affected by. If I take care of myself, I can live a long healthy life. At the end of the day, that’s all I want. So, my diabetic success is this: I’m alive and well. I am healthier than I have ever been thanks to my introduction to Crossfit a year and a half ago. My diabetes is better controlled than it has ever been thanks to an introduction to diabetic technology- like insulin pumps and constant glucose monitors. I may just make it to 100 years old at the rate I’m going. But, let’s be clear. This will never be easy. I can never forget that I am a diabetic. It is at the forefront of my mind at all times. Because while I am doing everything I can to keep things balanced and controlled, some days (or as noted in today’s photos- nights) are a struggle to stay alive. I woke up around 2:30am to an alert that I was 60 ⬇️. I treated. I woke up at 3:45am to 183⬆️⬆️. Double arrows in either direction are scary because it’s means I am increasing or dropping faster than I can keep up with. So, at 3:30am, I over-bolused to beat the ⬆️⬆️ and ended up at 43 at 6:45am. I stayed here for over an hour. My husband ended up calling me to make sure I was up and had treated the low. My husband called to make sure I was conscious. And staying alive to live another day. It’s sounds melodramatic, but That’s real life for us diabetics. It’s not just my story- because every t1d out there lives this story every.day. So to all of the other T1d’s reading this post, here’s to you and your success in staying alive. Some days it’s a walk in the park. Some days it’s not. But everyday we live to see another day is a damn good day that should be celebrated as a success. diabetesawarenessmonth t1d diabeticlife


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Dragged the boyfriend to a pottery making class for our last day off before back to work tomorrow 🤭


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November is Diabetes Awareness Month💙 For those who didn’t know owner and operator Erica Blanchard is a Type One Diabetic. She really believes in the nonprofit beyondtype1 so from now through December $5 of every sale will be donated to them! So help us raise raise awareness and spread education about type one this month, www.eandjdesigns.shop 💫


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Together we do it better. Our blood glucose levels were normal yesterday & today post workout . Yes we match dude. diabetesawarenessmonth type1diabetes #السكري postworkout bloodglucose


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November is National Diabetes Awareness Month. This month is close to my heart because my sister was diagnosed with Type 1 diabetes at 9 years old. There was a big learning curve, but thankfully despite this disease my sister is a strong and thriving 20 something! I think in honor of this month, it’s also important to recognize gestational diabetes mellitus (GDM). According to the CDC 2-10% of pregnancies are affected by GDM. If diagnosed with gestational diabetes it is important to work with your doctor and a dietitian to help create a nutrition plan to keep you and your baby healthy throughout your pregnancy. Although gestational diabetes typically goes away after delivering your baby, it’s important to note that ~50% of women will develop type 2 diabetes after pregnancy. Finding out you have GDM during your pregnancy can seem overwhelming at first, but with the right guidance & support there are steps you can take to help prevent it. You got this mama!


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19 weeks pregnant and still attempting the gym. It’s wild how much exercise affects your blood sugar. I took a couple days off because I was exhausted and I could rarely get under 150. I’ve learned that even if you can barely get up off the couch, make that effort. Even if it’s just a walk. It will do wonders. diabetesawareness diabetesawarenessmonth type1diabetes diabetes diabadass fitness pregnantdiabetic workout motivation typeonediabetes


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Did you know that Reflexology is highly recommend as a complementary treatment to help diabetes? reflexology naturaltreatment diabetesawarenessmonth


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As part of DiabetesAwarenessMonth i have a special guest on my radio show tonight . My friend Kate has been living with type 1 diabetes for 21 years and tonight on my show we will be raising awareness of this condition join me tonight 9pm live on Mi-Soul Radio . In her full time role, Kate has responsibility for type 2 diabetes prevention in 2 London boroughs. She is interested in raising awareness of life with Type 1 diabetes and supporting people with long Term conditions and preventing type 2 diabetes. We also have lots of brand new music to play including the world exclusive of my new record with DJ FRESH & KILLA P 🔥 kpt1d baileyintabeats misoulradio planet_v_


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repost zenithgofit ・・・ Efectos del ejercicio sobre el cuerpo en general Muchas de las personas que tienen un mejor control de su diabetes son aquellas que realizan ejercicio físico de forma regular🏃‍♂️🏃‍♀️. Todo el mundo debería realizar algún tipo de actividad física, ya que los efectos no sólo mejoran el control glucémico sino que tienen efecto sobre otras funciones de nuestro cuerpo: . ✔️El ejercicio aumenta el gasto calórico y ayuda a mantener el peso adecuado.. ✔️Ayuda a mantener los niveles de colesterol y triglicéridos en rango normal. . ✔️Ayuda a mantener la tensión arterial dentro de límites normales. . ✔️Mejora la vascularización del corazón. . ✔️Mejora la sensación de bienestar. . ✔️Ayuda a mantener una buena vascularización de los pies. . ✔️Puede favorecer la integración social. En ZenithGo nos preocupamos de ti a todos los niveles. 🤗 Llámanos e infórmate. 📲 949 21 06 17 diabetes diabetesempowered diabetescommunity diabetessucks guadalajaraespaña diabetes1 diabetestipo2 diabetesawarenessmonth diabetesprevention diabetescontrol diabetesgestacional diabetesespaña diabetesmellitus diabetesfood diabetestipo1 diabetesblog diabetesp diabeteslife


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To combat your diabetes includes there foods in your diet Almonds, Strawberries, broccoli, Cinnamon, Leafy greens and blueberry. NaturesZest diabetesawarenessmonth


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I’m having a ‘betes day. type1diabetes t1d diabetesawarenessmonth highbloodsugar justletmenap


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*Patient on Metformin* Patient: I’m really not a diabetic! Just a touch of sugar. • You know I had to do it😂😂😆😆 But where is the lie though?!🤷🏽‍♀️ • morningfunnies diabeteshumor medicalhumor thediabetesnp npweek diabetesawarenessmonth diabetesmanagement


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That’s where I feel my best. t1d diabetesawarenessmonth diabeteswellness ketoliving


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We're so proud of John, not only for his amazing weight loss but also for being able to gain control of his blood glucose levels. Check out the full interview to find out how John did it! www.lowcarbprogram.com⠀ DiabetesAwarenessMonth EmpoweredTogether


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I had to wake up to a screaming pod alarm and change my pod at 2:30 a.m., I have my yearly dilated eye exam today to make sure there are still no signs of diabetic retinopathy, and I’m battling a persistent low blood sugar at the office this morning. How’s your BlueFriday going? diabetesawarenessmonth projectbluenovember typeonediabetes t1dlookslikeme omnipod


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Please encourage your organization to participate in our Denim Day fundraiser! Wear denim in support of diabetes prevention today and make a donation to the Bermuda Diabetes Association. Help us to achieve our mission of reducing diabetes in Bermuda and bettering the lives of those affected! denimday denimdays denimdaysfestival diabetes diabeteslife diabeticfood fundraiser donation donate diabetesawareness diabetesawarenessmonth diabetesawarenessmonth2019 diabetes2 diabetessucks diabetesproblems diabetestipo2 diabetestype1 diabeticos medicinas helthyfood help health mutualfunds type2 type2diabetes type1 type1diabetes bermuda motivational motivator


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On the occasion of World Diabetes Day we at Prehab 121 Physiotherapy want to give you a medicine free and healthier life. . Come for a free consultation with our expert physiotherapists who will assess you throughly for any sensation loss, weakness and weight gains along with our diabetes specific assessment. . India has 77 million diabetics and we are here to fight it with our evidence based exercises to lower your risks and live longer. . Get yourself assessed at one of our centers. . Locations : Mumbai - Andheri West Pune - Mundhwa, Bavdhan, Kalyani Nagar, Kothrud. . For more details and booking your appointment call us on 9765705580 . prehab121 FutureProofYourself


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Day 15 - Diabetes Successes We all measure success in different ways so it's hard to compare our own successes to those of others. That said, I would consider myself pretty successful. I've lived the last 23 years of my life fighting a chronic illness every single day. Yet here I am, still smiling and winning at life. I've fallen in love with the most amazing guy, who also happens to be fighting this disease. We've bought a house, almost finished planning our wedding and now we're thinking about starting our very own family. I've got a good job, great friends and a family who supports me always. I've also managed to set up this blog from scratch and now have over 600 people following me. That may not seem a lot in comparison to others, but for me it's just amazing. My goal was to connect with a handful of people, share some advice and maybe help someone along the way. Now, I'm connected with hundreds and we're all experiencing this journey together. I am a type1warrior and I will not let this illness beat me. type1diabetic type1diabetes type1life diabeteslife diabeticlifestyle type1strong type1hero autoimmune brokenpancreas insulindependent type1family type1fam diabetesfamily diabeticfam diabbudies type1community diabetescommunity type1blog type1blogger diabetesblog diabeticblogger diabetesawarenessmonth projectbluenovember thediabeticjourney aninjectionoflife projectbluenovember thediabeticjourney aninjectionoflife


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Fibre-rich foods can help in slowing down the digestion process, which can help in keeping the blood sugar levels steady. worlddiabetesday diabetesmonth diabetesawarenessmonth diabetesawareness fibrediet fibrerichfood healthydiet healthyeating healthyeating food health love care share dediabetes dediabetesindia


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Why yes I do have two different CGM’s currently. I fought and I fought with my insurance to get a dexcom, only to find out that Dexcom highly advises not to use during pregnancy. I woke up and saw the 70’s on my dexcom, with my libre saying I was so low I couldn’t register. Panic ensued. When I tested with my finger, I was a smooth 86. 🙄 my paranoia is high these days. I have all this fancy technology only to regress back to relying on finger pricks . type1diabetes diabetes diabetesawarenessmonth typeonediabetes diabadass pregnantdiabetic dexcomg6 freestylelibre


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Type 1 diabetes is like living in a jungle, you either fight, or you run forever. I chose to fight. It’s not a fair fight, but I had no choice. - January 31st 2006 - 3 year old Connor was rushed into hospital extremely ill. It was then I was diagnosed with T1D. Everyday since has been a war. Blood, sweat and tears everyday, knocked down everyday, hopeless everyday, tired everyday, but not defeated. DKA, comas, scary lows, nights, weeks and months spent in hospital sick. - All my life I’ve faced challenge after challenge, big and small, T1D doesn’t care, it just keeps going and going and going. 24 hours a day, 7 days a week and 365 days a year, no break. I don’t know life without Type 1, but I’m still not used to it. I’ve fought a battle everyday for over 13 years, a silent battle, one that I knew was happening and could feel inside, on the inside it was killing me and destroying me, but on the outside I’ve always hid it. - I’m at the best point I’ve ever been now with diabetes, physically, mentally and emotionally. It’s still a pain every single day, I still go high, low and hate the needles and everything else that comes with T1D. However, recently I’ve changed my attitude and perspective. - As I’m growing up I’m realising that I’m going to be stuck with this for life, and if I don’t take care of it then I’m the one who’s going to have to deal with the consequences. As I’ve matured I’ve began to seek positivity towards diabetes rather than negativity. And don’t get me wrong there are lots more reasons why I hate diabetes than love it however, I’ve shifted my mental focus to the good things. I’ve lost many fights to T1D, it’s had me up against the ropes and it’s knocked me down countless times, but there’s always been that something in me that told me to keep fighting back and now I’m starting to see it. - With everything diabetes has thrown at me it’s taught me so many things and given me so many attributes. - (continued below)


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Day 15 of the Diabetes awareness challenge: Diabetes successes I suppose everyone has their own success story. Mine is just that I am actually trying to managing type 1 diabetes. Doing 4+ needles a day. Finger pricking like clockwork.. Trying to learn about this horrible disease more. And everything else that comes with it. Anyone who was around when I was diagnosed as a type 2, years ago would remember me saying on numerous occasions that I would NEVER and I meant NEVER inject myself. Well fast forward 9 ish years and here we are. I think that in its self is a huge success! I overcame my biggest fear and beat it every single day! 💙 diabetesawarenessmonth diabetesawareness diabetes type1diabetes success overcomingfears strength


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LOW BLOOD SUGAR: A low blood sugar is a reading under 80. Justins favorite low treats are gummies, skittles and if he feels really low he prefers juice since he can drink faster. His pump the T:Slim x2 has a feature that communicates with his Dexcom and will stop insulin if he is trending to be lower than 80 within 30 minutes. It’s a total game changer overnight. But that doesn’t mean lows never happen. Justins night stand is stocked so things are ready to grab whether it’s during the day or night. It gives me peace of mind when he’s hanging up in his room that he’s got stuff for a low right next to him. T1D ndam jdrf diabetesawarenessmonth diabetesawarenessmonth *the little red box is his glucagon, which is an emergency injection if he has a low blood sugar and becomes unresponsive, thankfully we’ve never needed it but it’s close by because you never know with T1D.


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November is national DiabetesAwarenessMonth ⁣ 👆🏻Here are our top 5⃣ tips to prevent Diabetes ! ⁣ ⁣ ٥ نصائح لتجنب مرض السكري: ⁣ ١- ممارسه الرياضه⁣ ٢- زيادة كمية الألياف⁣ ٣- تجنب المنتجات المصنعة⁣ ٤- الحفاظ على وزن صحي⁣ ٥- مراقبة نسبة السكر والكوليسترول في الدم⁣ ⁣ ⁣ ⁣ ⁣ fakhanidietclinic lebanon beirut nutrition health healthyfood dietfood foodie monday healthylifestyle healthy diet fit dietitian awarness Diabetes weightloss weight food workout fitness worlddiabetesday⁣ ‎#بيروت #الرياضة #دايت #رشاقة #صحة #رجيم


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Reflecting on World Diabetes Day Repost from beyouonlybetter, a member of our Eversensefamily “Today is worlddiabetesday and just like every other day for the past (almost 27 years!) I still have diabetes. As diabetics we don’t need a reminder that we have this disease, but the world needs a reminder that we need a cure. We all look fine from the outside but are fighting a crazy fight on the inside. The only good thing diabetes has given me in my life is a strength, determination and grit that I don’t know if I would have if I wasn’t forced to deal with something so hard, every single day. I have good days. I have bad days. But I never have “give up” days. I just keep charging forward and doing the best I can. I’m thankful to technology like the eversensecgm and to afrezzainsulin (the insulin you inhale). They have both changed my life. Stay strong my sweet ones. We got this! 💙” t1d t1dlookslikeme t2d diabetesawarenessmonth diabetesawareness t1dstrong t1dwarrior diabadass diabeteslife beyondtype1 type1warrior type1 type1strong type1athlete diabetescommunity #💙


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Check out our latest batch of pancreaticcancerawareness cookies 💜 Hopefully the wait was worth it: congratulations again, Connie! bebrave survivor hope diabetesawarenessmonth pancfoundation pancreas bakerlogy


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Diabetes Awareness Month- Day 15: ▪️ Today’s topic- Diabetes Successes ▪️ Being newly diagnosed, I was having trouble thinking of successes that I have had so far, but thankfully my wife lydiainlights reminded me of one of my biggest so far. ▪️ My biggest success so far, is the fact that I’ve been able to do a complete 180, in changing my diet, adding exercise to my routine, and maintaining great blood sugar control! ▪️ Due to me being strict with my diet, minimizing my carb intake(less than 60g a day) and the addition of exercising each night I have gotten my sugars in a great range, and also very stable with very minimal spikes. As well as I have reduced the need to inject insulin at each meal and have gone from minimum 4 injections a day to 1. ▪️ Just over a month ago my blood sugars were in the 600s, no control, and my A1c was in the high 13’s ▪️ Today, in the picture shared, you can see my 2 week averages, after strictly low carb(complete opposite of doctors orders by the way) and see how significantly those numbers changed from a month ago. -103 avg BG reading - 6.0 A1C, I am working towards 5.3 or better as this is the best range to avoid any other complications that come with diabetes -71% in range which is my next number I want to improve. ▪️ Overall, especially after looking at the numbers, I am proud of myself, and I realize more and more that the changes I’ve made, are making an impact and will allow me to live a healthier life- even if I’m now living with a diagnosis. ▪️ diabetesawarenessmonth diabetesawareness type1 type1diabetes type1diabetic type1warrior lowcarb lowcarbdiet diabetessuccess makediabetessuckless


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te amamos Tom💙 contigo siempre mi rey, acompañandote en cada paso que des, nos haces sentir los más orgullosos del mundo!! Un año más para hacer conciencia y saber lo importante que es la educación en diabetes. 💉 diabetesawarenessmonth type1diabetes dt1 diabetes (al fin descubrí a quien se parece Tomás😂)


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No messing about 🙌🏻 We are a community & lifestyle gym and it’s so good to see everyone getting so involved for such a great cause! £305 raised 💵 195 miles rowed 🚣🏻‍♀️ 2 weeks to go ⏰


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Why did I choose nutrition? When I was 16 years of age, my grandmother (aka Mammie) passed away from type II diabetes complications. Only two months later, I was diagnosed with type II diabetes. I felt completely lost and terrified. I saw what it could potentially result in if I did not manage it properly, and from my perspective, my family has never really been big on nutrition, and we basically ate what sounded good and what we wanted. The doctor who diagnosed me was no real help with guiding me to a healthier lifestyle. As a result, I researched healthy eating, physical activity, medications, taking blood sugar, and so much more about the diabetic lifestyle. In doing so, I learned to appreciate the beauty of the relationship between people, their body, their diet, their mind, and their lifestyle which would later serve as the foundation for my passion for nutrition. This passion led me to the Dietetic Program at the University of Georgia where I graduated with my Bachelor’s as well as the Community Nutrition Master’s Program where I am currently working on my online Master’s. As a future RDN, my main goal is to impact the future health of the nation by working in the fields of pediatric and community nutrition with hopes to prevent and treat obesity and chronic disease within the United States to create a better nutrition future for the generations to come. One last thing, Happy Birthday Mammie! WhyNutrition DiabetesAwarenessMonth DiabeticLifestyle Dietetics CommunityNutrition PediatricNutrition BachelorsDegree MastersDegree FutureRDN PreventObesity TreatObesity ChronicDiseasePrevention FutureGenerations HappyBirthday


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💙 Happy Diabetes Month from the Institute forfamilyhealth. 💙The community was able to enjoy a demonstration on the amount of sugar in different foods and beverages, take a questionnaire to find out if they are at risk for developing diabetes as well as receive some free giveaways. What a fun day ! . . . invisibleillness beatdiabetes diabetesawareness worlddiabetesday wdd bluenovember diabadass diabeticlife bloodglucose unitedfordiabetes typeonediabetes diabeticos diabetesawarenessmonth t1dlife lifewithdiabetes dialife diabetesmellitus gobluefornovember empoweredtogether diabetesmanagement diabeticlifestyle diabeteslookslikeme diabetessupport diabetescare diabeteslifestyle diabetesproblems diabetescommunity diabetestips diabetesfacts


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Unhealthy lifestyle is one of the leading cause of type 2 diabetes. This World Diabetes Day, make the switch and pledge to lead a healthy lifestyle... Your health is in your hands. Take control. . . eyedoctor eyefoundation diabetescare diabetesday worlddiabetesday endocrinology endocrinologist healthylifestyle eyehealth blurredvision opthalmology opthalmologist bangalore fightagainstdiabetes bangalorehealthandwelness diabetesawarenessmonth diabetes lasiksurgery paediatricophthalmology diabetesday bangaloredoctors retinopathy retinopatiadiabetica


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Assembly ready. Off to do an assembly to Tommy and Finley's school. I do assemblies all the time at work! I have spoken to halls filled with over 100 students and parents. But this, this is making me so nervous!! Wish me luck! diabetesawarenessmonth jdrf_uk type1 assemblytime teacherbydaynervouswrecktherestofthem makingmyboysproud


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Happy birthday to Sir Frederick Banting, who co-discovered insulin along with Charles Best in 1922. In honor of World Diabetes Day 🌍, we wore blue and stood united to help raise awareness! - kelley_yeoman 💙 lecom worlddiabetesday apha bluecircle fearlesslyauthentic lecompharmflorida pharmacystudents APhA APhA-ASP worlddiabetesday diabetes diabetesawarenessmonth


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⭐️ whypodiatry Fellow Feature ⭐️⁣ 👣⁣ 👣⁣ 𝙒𝙝𝙖𝙩 𝙞𝙨 𝙖 𝙛𝙚𝙡𝙡𝙤𝙬𝙨𝙝𝙞𝙥?⁣ ⁣ Fellowship is training after completion of an accredited residency. In podiatry, fellowship has recently increased in popularity. Previously fellowships in podiatry was typically focused on helping recent graduates to gain further knowledge or skill after residency. Now podiatric fellowships are more align to our allopathic and osteopathic colleagues where each fellowship has a specific emphasis and focus to equip the fellow in a certain subspecialty within podiatry. For example, there are dermatology, wound care, reconstructive surgery, plastics, clinical research and pediatric fellowships. These are just a few but the idea is to show fellowships within our specialty for the most part have become objective based.⁣ ⁣ 𝙃𝙤𝙬 𝙡𝙤𝙣𝙜 𝙞𝙨 𝙛𝙚𝙡𝙡𝙤𝙬𝙨𝙝𝙞𝙥?⁣ ⁣ Fellowships can range between one to two years in podiatry.⁣ ⁣ 𝙒𝙝𝙖𝙩 𝙙𝙤𝙚𝙨 𝙮𝙤𝙪𝙧 𝙛𝙚𝙡𝙡𝙤𝙬𝙨𝙝𝙞𝙥 𝙚𝙢𝙥𝙝𝙖𝙨𝙞𝙯𝙚 𝙤𝙣?⁣ ⁣ I am currently a Podiatric Surgery and Medicine Clinical Research Fellow at Penn Presbyterian Medical Center, University of Pennsylvania Hospital System (Penn Medicine). My fellowship’s focus is on the fundamental elements of carrying out ethical and useful evidence based clinical research for not just podiatric medicine and surgery but healthcare in general. There are a lot of healthcare providers out there that are publishing clinical research studies; however, the more knowledgeable I have become on clinical research I quickly realized not all research publications are made equal. Luckily under the mentorship of the Editor in Chief of The Journal of Foot and Ankle Surgery, Dr. D. Scot Malay, DPM MSCE I have learned the art of critical appraisal of medical literature. The most recent project we have completed IRB and grant approval is a nationwide onychomycosis study. We currently have a several geriatric, wound care and sports medicine projects in the works as well. Since clinical research initiatives typically are time consuming my program’s curriculum is a two year fellowship. There is a one year option available as well for individuals that elect to choose that route.⁣ 👣⁣ 👣


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This is just so amazing. In honor of Diabetes Month Evalina Harris and her beautiful daughter linathegoat_ddd_drh donated this Foot Locker gift 🎁 card to the KGGG challenge. We love you so much baby girl . Make sure you show her some love on her IG as she shares her journey on diabetes 💙💙💙 💪🏾💙💙💙 diabetesmonth diabetesawarenessmonth diabetestype2 livingwithdiabetestype2 followforfollowback explorepage mybestfriend sistersister


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Efectos del ejercicio sobre el cuerpo en general Muchas de las personas que tienen un mejor control de su diabetes son aquellas que realizan ejercicio físico de forma regular🏃‍♂️🏃‍♀️. Todo el mundo debería realizar algún tipo de actividad física, ya que los efectos no sólo mejoran el control glucémico sino que tienen efecto sobre otras funciones de nuestro cuerpo: . ✔️El ejercicio aumenta el gasto calórico y ayuda a mantener el peso adecuado.. ✔️Ayuda a mantener los niveles de colesterol y triglicéridos en rango normal. . ✔️Ayuda a mantener la tensión arterial dentro de límites normales. . ✔️Mejora la vascularización del corazón. . ✔️Mejora la sensación de bienestar. . ✔️Ayuda a mantener una buena vascularización de los pies. . ✔️Puede favorecer la integración social. En ZenithGo nos preocupamos de ti a todos los niveles. 🤗 Llámanos e infórmate. 📲 949 21 06 17 diabetes diabetesempowered diabetescommunity diabetessucks guadalajaraespaña diabetes1 diabetestipo2 diabetesawarenessmonth diabetesprevention diabetescontrol diabetesgestacional diabetesespaña diabetesmellitus diabetesfood diabetestipo1 diabetesblog diabetesp diabeteslife diabetesinfantil diabetessupport diabetesfriendly diabetesawareness diabetestype2 diabetesdiet diabetescare diabetes2 diabetesmanagement diabetesproblems diabetestype1 diabetestyp1


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Anoche tuve una cita con mi diabeamiga por el día mundial de la diabetes ☝️🍬💉🔵 comer e inyectarnos droguita rikolina 4 life ✌️ . . . . diabetes t1d deadpancreasgang diabadass diabeauty diabetesawareness diabetesawarenessmonth


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Supporting my diabetes all around the world with BLUE DANCE challenge 👯‍♀️ bluedance diabetes diabetesawarenessmonth


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Yesterday I came home to a surprise in the mail one of my diabuddies! Erik’s friendship is one of the many reasons diabetes has also been a blessing in my life. I am happy to wear this shirt. As I am now looping and on a dexcom G6! Also I have gotten two messages from friends who are connected to the type one space putting me in contact with local type ones. Erik taught me about looping and last night I was able to pay it forward and talk with a friend. typeonediabetes advocacy diabetesawarenessmonth diabadass dexcomg6 dexcom looping wearenotwaiting diabuddies


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There are NO limits 💪💙💉 . It’s Day 15 of the diabetes awareness challenge. Share with us what you’ve accomplished. Tag thediabeticjourney ⭐️ . . . . . . . . thediabeticjourney type1diabetes t1d type1 insulindependent chronicillness invisibleillness type1warrior type1strong ndam diabetesawarenessmonth


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Tack alla som skänkte en summa igår, det bidrar till bättre livskvalitet för oss diabetiker🥰 diabetic innovemberwewearblue t1dlookslikeme diabetesawarenessmonth girlswithgadgets


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[FRIYAY] 🤩 Yesterday I was all cuddled up the watch some television to do some real relaxation.. 😌 The man came to me with a very sweet card and a plantbased piece of cake, for world diabetes day.. World diabetes day pretty messed up my bloodsugar but hey that's okay.. 💁‍♀️ Isn't that sweet? 😍 It's the little things that matters to me! And we got a long weekend but I have type 1 diabetes and it's still November so to the hospital appointments later today it is.. 👩🏼🦋🦁🍰💚🌍💙💉 • • goodmorning Friday yesterday workhard happy mood instapic instagood goodvibes photography vegetarian plantbased vegan food strawberry chocolate health selfcare nofilter diabetes t1d CGM diabetesawarenessmonth Netherlands anxiety adventure girl redhead instalike love 😘🍀


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